Robbers Cave State Park

Robbers Cave State ParkHwy 2 N
Wilburton, OK 74578

Phone: 918-465-2562
Toll Free: 800-654-8240
Fax: 918-465-2781

Robbers Cave State Park is located in the scenic, hilly woodlands of the Sans Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma.  This park is a favorite of rappellers, equestrians, hikers and outdoor lovers.  The park and adjoining wildlife management area offers acres of discovery and enjoyment including trout fishing in season, hunting, miles of hiking and equestrian trails, rugged cliffs for climbing and fall foliage viewing.  Robbers Cave also enjoys notoriety as a former hideout for outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr.

Robbers Cave State Park is a 8,246-acre park with 189 combined lake acres with Lake Carlton, Lake Wayne Wallace and Coon Creek.  Take a horseback ride along scenic bluffs, enjoy excellent fishing opportunities for trout, perch, bass and catfish, or hike to the famous outlaw cave hidden in the formation of sandstone hills and cliffs that range from 300 to 1,500-ft in height.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Rooms, Amphitheater, Camp Store, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Full Hookups, Gift Shop, Grills, Handicapped Parking, Lake Access, Lodging On Site, Meeting Space Available, Naturalist on site, Non-smoking, Outdoor Grills, Park Ranger, Pets Allowed, Pets Allowed in Cabin, Pets Allowed in Park, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool Outdoor, Pull Thru Sites, Restrooms, Showers, Swim Beach, Water Hookup

  • General Information: Free admission, Number of Units: 46

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-270

  • Location: State Park

  • On-site Activities: Biking, Canoeing/Rafting/Kayaking, Disc Golf, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Rock Climbing/Rappelling, Swimming

  • On-site Lodging: Cabin/Cottage, Group Camp, Lodge, RV Sites, Tent Sites

  • Rentals: Bicycle Rental, Canoe Rental, Horse Rental, Paddleboat Rental

  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, In-room Fireplace, Kitchen Facilities, Microwave, Refrigerator

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, 2-Bedroom Units, Connecting Rooms, Double, Queen





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Park office hours listed above.

Cabin Pricing:

1-Bedroom Duplex: $78+

1-Bedroom: $98+

1-Bedroom Specialty Cabins: $123+

2-Bedroom: $113+

2-Bedroom w/ Deck: $123+

Pet fee (Cabins): $10 per pet per day

Summer Rates: March-November (includes weekends year-round & Christmas break).

Winter Rates: December-February (Sunday-Thusday only. Not available Christmas break).

Camping Rates:

Tent sites: $12/tent

RV sites with electric & water hookups: $20

RV sites with electric, water & sewer hookups: $23

Premium sites: Additional $5

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Located 5 miles north of Wilburton on Hwy 2.

Primary Contact:

Gina Daniels


Aug 9, 2014

Cardboard Boat Race

From Sep 20, 2014
to Sep 21, 2014

Oklahoma Kid's Performing Arts Festival

From Oct 17, 2014
to Oct 19, 2014

28th Annual Robbers Cave Fall Festival

From Oct 24, 2014
to Oct 25, 2014

Spooktacular Haunted Hayride

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From Matt Colson on 07/12/2014

The main focal point is the lake, Lake Carroll. The park is VERY large. biking, paddleboats, canoes, and a regular swimming pool are all available to rent or pay an entry fee. It seemed like the magic number was $4.00, per person, per hour, or per visit to these attractions. There are ample hiking trails, a free lake access swimming area that most people seemed to take advantage of more than anything else. We tent camped in Younger's Bend camp site. We had no other campers in our area. It was a great location, lots of grass, shade, and fishing access, the campsite is on a riverbank. Most of the camp sites for tent camping had some sort of water access. We had a nightly camp fire and the boys caught fireflies at dusk. It rained one time while we were there but there was no issues with drainage, the area was crowned well and the rainwater just rolled to the river. Not a lot of fire wood to be found, but you can either bring your own or buy split logs at the park office. The only complaint I had was the hiking trails are brutal! The one we did, it starts at the Robber's cave parking area and goes to Lost Lake before bringing you back to the Robber's Cave, seemed to be constantly uphill and the trail was really just sandstone rocks that make it hard on your ankles and knees. It had three different lakes in the trail and it was very scenic but it was hard to enjoy everything because we were constantly having to mind where we stepped. Even the Nature Trail, it was graded to be easy around the Robber's Cave, was tough. It was only 3/4 mile but most of that was walking on huge softball size stones. Overall I liked the park and I would go back, It has one feature I really liked... no cell service in the park at all. I got occasionally 1 dot on my I-phone, but there is no data... If you send text messages they more often than not get sent back as unable to deliver. You smart phone gets really dumb in a place like this, but your camera works, so take lots of pictures.

From Staff on 07/11/2014

Tauri, the largest cabin will fit sleep six people. You can check on availability by clicking the green 'Book Now' button at the top of this page or by calling 918-465-2562. Best wishes and thank you for using!

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